(PRWEB) April 30, 2013
There are some real deals out there for Rolling Stones tickets with prices falling on the secondary ticket market for a few of the upcoming concerts. Preferred Seating Tickets have seen the price of the most expensive seats for the Oracle Arena show in Oakland this Sunday and the HP Pavilion in San Jose on Wednesday, May 8th drop by up to $200 per ticket or more in the last few days. The reason for the drop in prices may be that the two concerts are within a hundred or so miles of each other and combined with the already high Rolling Stones ticket prices that are keeping all but the most ardent fans from attending.
The Stones just performed in a small nightclub in Los Angeles on Saturday to a group of extremely happy fans that paid only $20 each for the customary tour warm up show. That’s the cheapest that anyone may ever pay to see the Stones again as they get ready to perform what are sure to be some of their final live shows in these cities. This time around the band decided to hike ticket prices to the limit except for a few hundred $85 tickets for each concert that won’t be given out until the fans walk through the door.
The last time the Rolling Stones toured in 2005 – 2007 for the Bigger Bang tour ticket prices were topping out at about $400 each. Lower level seats at the Oracle Arena are currently running right around that price right now, down from $750 and up just last week. The best seats for the Rolling Stones at the HP Pavilion have a face value of $650 but some are down to just over $500 per seat right now. Most of the other cities on the tour have multiple dates that sold out immediately and but they have seen prices come down on the secondary market to as well.
Preferred Seating Tickets has been secondary ticket market source for Rolling Stones tickets without hidden service charges since 1987 and they guarantee all of their tickets 100%. Fans can buy tickets for the Rolling Stones online at PreferredSeat.com or call and charge by phone.